Wojciech Szczesny joined Arsenal in the 2006 at the age of sixteen, from Polish club Legia Warsaw. Now twenty seven and currently the starting goalkeeper for Serie A runners-up AS Roma, no one could have predicted his strange trajectory. Szczesny is still currently an Arsenal player, spending the last two season on loan in Rome.
Recent summers at the Emirates have been notoriously quiet much to the frustration of Gunners fans but this one is shaping up to be a lot more lively with several players having already left the club and Granit Xhaka having just completed a £30 million switch. Another man who could be on his way out
Two gaffes against Southampton in the Premier League and the subsequent cigarette controversy nudged Wojciech Szczesny to second-string, with David Ospina striking the Arsenal faithful as a more reliable option. The arrival of Petr Cech in the following summer ensured that Arsene Wenger shipped him to Roma on loan in the very transfer window. Has
The admission came in February from Arsene Wenger that he does not have a consistent number 1 in his Arsenal goal. The manager would claim that Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina were in competition for the Gunners’ goalkeeping spot but he cannot deny a shift in favour has occurred as Ospina has started all Premier